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Microsoft is now moving Windows 10 Build 16251 for Windows Insiders in the Slow Ring. Microsoft had released Build 16251 last week for the fast ring users. This build has brought one of the new features that were announced at Build 2017, improvements and as well as some bug fixes. Today, Microsoft has also released a build 16257 for Windows Insiders in the fast ring.

Build 16251 now allows the users to link their phone to their PC. If you have iPhone or an Android phone, you can try out the first set of feature. Microsoft has also updated the Cortana voice commands that now allow the users to lock, sign-out, shut down, or turn off the PC. Microsoft has also improved the boot up experience for Windows 10 with this release.

Microsoft Edge browser will no longer re-scale sites when you will switch to the tablet mode. The websites which have responsive design (like WindowsLatest) will be able to take advantage of this feature. And Finally, Microsoft has fixed the issue where the copy link option wasn’t working when right-clicked a hyperlink.

To download this update via Windows Update you must be enrolled in the slow ring of Windows Insider. To enable the fast ring go to settings>updates and security and join the Windows Insider program and select Slow Ring in the options.

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